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  • Swiss trade data out a few moments ago 21 Sept - watch exports +4.2% yy to CHF 1.416bln - gold exports fell 40% mm to 71 tons

    Switzerland August trade balance CHF 2.173bln vs 3.494bln prev

    Swiss trade data out a few moments ago 21 Sept - watch exports +4.2% yy to CHF 1.416bln - gold exports fell 40% mm to 71 tons
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  • We were promised fire and fury but got Janet talking non-stop for an hour. Long earplugs. Any charts, technical analysis, trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so:

    Trade ideas thread – Thursday 21 September 2017

    We were promised fire and fury but got Janet talking non-stop for an hour. Long earplugs. Any charts, technical analysis, trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so:
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  • Japan August Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion Japan posted a merchandise trade surplus of 113.642 billion yen in August, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday. That beat forecasts for a surplus of 104.4 billion yen, although it was down from 418.8 billion yen in July. Exports climbed 18.1 percent on year to 6.278 trillion yen, beating forecasts for a gain of 14.3 percent and up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. Exports to Asia climbed 19.9 percent on year to 3.510 trillion yen, while exports to China alone advanced an annual 25.8 percent to 1.218 trillion yen. Exports to the United States gained 21.8 percent on year to 1.183 trillion yen and exports to the European Union added an annual 13.7 percent to 671.783 billion yen. Imports picked up an annual 15.2 percent to 6.164 trillion yen versus expectations for 11.6 percent and down from 16.3 a month earlier. Imports from Asia jumped 15.2 percent on year to 2.995 trillion yen, while imports from China alone gained an..

    Japan August Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion

    Japan August Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion Japan posted a merchandise trade surplus of 113.642 billion yen in August, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday. That beat forecasts for a surplus of 104.4 billion yen, although it was down from 418.8 billion yen in July. Exports climbed 18.1 percent on year to 6.278 trillion yen, beating forecasts for a gain of 14.3 percent and up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. Exports to Asia climbed 19.9 percent on year to 3.510 trillion yen, while exports to China alone advanced an annual 25.8 percent to 1.218 trillion yen. Exports to the United States gained 21.8 percent on year to 1.183 trillion yen and exports to the European Union added an annual 13.7 percent to 671.783 billion yen. Imports picked up an annual 15.2 percent to 6.164 trillion yen versus expectations for 11.6 percent and down from 16.3 a month earlier. Imports from Asia jumped 15.2 percent on year to 2.995 trillion yen, while imports from China alone gained an..
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  • Japan Has Y113.642 Billion Trade Surplus Japan had a merchandise trade surplus of 113.642 billion yen in August, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday. That beat forecasts for a surplus of 104.4 billion yen, although it was down from 418.8 billion yen in July. Exports climbed 18.1 percent on year to 6.278 trillion yen, beating forecasts for a gain of 14.3 percent and up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. Imports picked up an annual 15.2 percent to 6.164 trillion yen versus expectations for 11.6 percent and down from 16.3 a month earlier.

    Japan Has Y113.642 Billion Trade Surplus

    Japan Has Y113.642 Billion Trade Surplus Japan had a merchandise trade surplus of 113.642 billion yen in August, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday. That beat forecasts for a surplus of 104.4 billion yen, although it was down from 418.8 billion yen in July. Exports climbed 18.1 percent on year to 6.278 trillion yen, beating forecasts for a gain of 14.3 percent and up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. Imports picked up an annual 15.2 percent to 6.164 trillion yen versus expectations for 11.6 percent and down from 16.3 a month earlier.
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  • *Japan Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion In August Japan Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion In August

    *Japan Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion In August

    *Japan Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion In August Japan Trade Surplus Y113.642 Billion In August
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  • Data from Japan for August Trade balance: ¥ 113.6B - expected Y 104.4bn, prior was Y 421.7bn Trade balance (adjusted): ¥ 367.3B - expected Y 404.5bn, prior was Y 337.4bn

    Japan data – August trade balance: Y 113.6bn (expected Y 104.4bn)

    Data from Japan for August Trade balance: ¥ 113.6B - expected Y 104.4bn, prior was Y 421.7bn Trade balance (adjusted): ¥ 367.3B - expected Y 404.5bn, prior was Y 337.4bn
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  • Japan Trade Data On Tap For Wednesday Japan will on Wednesday release August figures for imports, exports and trade balance, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. Imports are expected to rise 11.6 percent on year after gaining 16.3 percent in July. Exports are called higher by an annual 13.7 percent, up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. The trade surplus is pegged at 97.0 billion yen, down from 418.8 billion yen a month earlier. New Zealand will provide Q2 numbers for current account, with forecasts suggesting a deficit of NZ$900 million following the NZ$244 million surplus in the previous three months. The deficit-GDP ratio is called steady at -3.1 percent. Australia will see August results for skilled vacancies and the Westpac leading index. In July, vacancies were up 0.8 percent on month, while the Westpac index added 0.12 percent on month. Malaysia will release August numbers for consumer prices; in July, inflation was down 0.2 percent on m..

    Japan Trade Data On Tap For Wednesday

    Japan Trade Data On Tap For Wednesday Japan will on Wednesday release August figures for imports, exports and trade balance, highlighting a modest day for Asia-Pacific economic activity. Imports are expected to rise 11.6 percent on year after gaining 16.3 percent in July. Exports are called higher by an annual 13.7 percent, up from 13.4 percent in the previous month. The trade surplus is pegged at 97.0 billion yen, down from 418.8 billion yen a month earlier. New Zealand will provide Q2 numbers for current account, with forecasts suggesting a deficit of NZ$900 million following the NZ$244 million surplus in the previous three months. The deficit-GDP ratio is called steady at -3.1 percent. Australia will see August results for skilled vacancies and the Westpac leading index. In July, vacancies were up 0.8 percent on month, while the Westpac index added 0.12 percent on month. Malaysia will release August numbers for consumer prices; in July, inflation was down 0.2 percent on m..
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  • ARGENTINA: Country And United Arab Emirates Plan To Boost Bilateral Trade Argentina and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) intend to boost bilateral exchange, expanding and diversifying their current trading ties. Both countries presented interest in their respective markets at the sidelines of the 72nd United Nations General Assembly, held in New York City. At a meeting between the Argentinean Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie and the UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Faurie said that Argentina "can contribute even more to one of the main policies of the Arab region: food security," according to a statement released by Buenos Aires. Regarding energy issues, Argentina considers the UAE as a strategic partner, with a specific interest in the conclusion of a bilateral agreement on renewable power sources. "Faurie and his colleagues discussed a possible cooperation in the peaceful use of nuclear energy for technological developments an..

    ARGENTINA: Country And United Arab Emirates Plan To Boost Bilateral Trade

    ARGENTINA: Country And United Arab Emirates Plan To Boost Bilateral Trade Argentina and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) intend to boost bilateral exchange, expanding and diversifying their current trading ties. Both countries presented interest in their respective markets at the sidelines of the 72nd United Nations General Assembly, held in New York City. At a meeting between the Argentinean Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie and the UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Faurie said that Argentina "can contribute even more to one of the main policies of the Arab region: food security," according to a statement released by Buenos Aires. Regarding energy issues, Argentina considers the UAE as a strategic partner, with a specific interest in the conclusion of a bilateral agreement on renewable power sources. "Faurie and his colleagues discussed a possible cooperation in the peaceful use of nuclear energy for technological developments an..
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  • Greetings all! Any charts, technical analysis, trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so:

    Trade ideas thread – Wednesday 20 September 2017

    Greetings all! Any charts, technical analysis, trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so:
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  • COLOMBIA: Trade Deficit Decreases In July On Annual Basis Colombia's trade balance recorded a US$ 520.1 million deficit in July, from a US$ 967.6 million deficit in the same period of 2016, the country's statistics office said on Tuesday. The deficit's decrease was primarily due to a US$ 1.23 billion free-on-board (FOB) surplus in the group of fuels and extractive industries' products, a figure US$ 232.4 million FOB higher than in July 2016 manufacturing group deficit (US$ 2.06 billion FOB) increased by US$ 49.9 million FOB in the same comparison basis. Meanwhile, Colombian imports increased by 11.8% in July 2017 compared to the same month in the previous year, from US$ 3.35 billion CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight) in July 2016 to US$ 3.75 billion CIF in the same month of 2017. The growth in Colombian imports was due to 10.6% increases in the manufacturing group and 37.6% in the group of fuels and extractive industries' products.

    COLOMBIA: Trade Deficit Decreases In July On Annual Basis

    COLOMBIA: Trade Deficit Decreases In July On Annual Basis Colombia's trade balance recorded a US$ 520.1 million deficit in July, from a US$ 967.6 million deficit in the same period of 2016, the country's statistics office said on Tuesday. The deficit's decrease was primarily due to a US$ 1.23 billion free-on-board (FOB) surplus in the group of fuels and extractive industries' products, a figure US$ 232.4 million FOB higher than in July 2016 manufacturing group deficit (US$ 2.06 billion FOB) increased by US$ 49.9 million FOB in the same comparison basis. Meanwhile, Colombian imports increased by 11.8% in July 2017 compared to the same month in the previous year, from US$ 3.35 billion CIF (Cost Insurance and Freight) in July 2016 to US$ 3.75 billion CIF in the same month of 2017. The growth in Colombian imports was due to 10.6% increases in the manufacturing group and 37.6% in the group of fuels and extractive industries' products.
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